A thirder and an Everettian: A reply to Lewis's 'Quantum Sleeping Beauty'

Analysis 69 (1):78-86 (2009)
Abstract
Peter J. Lewis's in 'Quantum Sleeping Beauty' argues that accepting the Everettian interpretation of quantum mechanics requires you to be a 'halfer' about Sleeping Beauty. This paper will argue that Everettians do not have to be halfers. It is perfectly cogent to be both an Everettian and a thirder.
Keywords Everettian interpretation  Many-worlds interpretation  Quantum Sleeping Beauty  Sleeping Beauty paradox
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